Europe: articles

All published articles on Europe.

Azerbaijan: winner of the Eurovision song contest.  But is it even in Europe?  May 14, 2011.  

Belgium: on the brink. As the interim PM resigns, the King cuts short his holiday, and the markets press for stability. What next? September 15, 2011. 

Belgium: Sinking into the abyss? The King breaks off convalesence to deal with the ongoing constitutional crisis as Belgian borrowing costs "spike". Is this the end? November 25, 2011. 

Belgium: still no new government.  A caretaker administration has governed since the 2010 election.  Would a referendum help?  August 16, 2011.

Britain: for articles on the United Kingdom, click here.  

Denmark: shifting Lefwards and closer to Europe. The centre-left just scrapes in, hoping to boost productivity to fund increased spending. Will that reduce spiralling deficits? September 16 2011.

Europe: for Continent-wide articles on Europe, click here.  

Finland: could the True Finns break up the EU?  Not this time.  But later, very possibly.  April 28, 2011. 

France: for articles on the French Republic, click here.  

Germany: for articles on the Federal Republic of Germany, click here.

Greece: in denial. The mind boggles as a national strike paralyses the country and it slides towards default. October 6, 2011. 

Gibraltar: safer alone. Gibraltarians must be thanking their lucky stars they never joined Spain. September 7, 2011. 

Ireland: engaging as ever and forging a future... from the profligacy and mistakes of the immediate past. September 12, 2011.

Italy: Lampedusa, one gateway to Europe.  The Mediterranian island struggles under the strain of a constant refugee influx.  It's not alone.  August 23, 2011. 

Italy: soon to fragment?  As a town declares independence from Italy, is fragmentation a possibility? September 4, 2011.  

Macedonia: profiting from a spat between Kosovo and Serbia. As a border dispute stalls trade between Serbs and Kosovars, the beneficiaries are to Kosovo's south. September 5, 2011. 

Romania: Reverting to a monarchy? Strong denials to the contrary, as King Michael I addresses parliament in Bucharest. October 25, 2011.  

Russia: for articles on the Russian Federation, click here.   

Spain: The Basque War is over. Eta lays down its arms. October 21, 2011. 

Sweden: raise the bar to 5 percent. The election threshold is too low, as a party with paltry support can influence policy and the Sweden Democrats pose a threat. September 19, 2011. 

Turkey: for all articles on the Republic of Turkey, click here.

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